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If you are trying to register and get a warning that says, “Your connection is not private” please know that we are working to fix the problem. It is anticipated that it will be fixed by the end of the day Monday, March 25.


32 miles of trails, over 1600 acres of parkland. Get out and explore!


Recreation opportunities for all ages and most interests.



Adult and youth swimming & fitness, swim clubs and events.

Summer Catalog

Registration for summer begins Wednesday, March 27 at 9:30am.

Click the picture below to browse a PDF of our whole summer catalog.

Discounts on Programs: The Park District partners with Helpline House to make participation accessible for qualified families and individuals. For more information visit our register page.

Summer Catalog Schedule

  • March 22: Catalog will be mailed out (allow several days for delivery)
  • March 27: First day of summer registration beginning at 9:30a


Dynamic Aging

For more information on the Dynamic Aging Summit click here.

Williams-Olson Park

On January 17, 2019 the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District’s Board of Commissioners received committee presentation and public testimony on the proposed concept park design for Williams-Olson Park.

KidsUp! Playground Renovation

The main tower area restoration is now complete. The rest of the original structure will be maintained as much as possible while we move forward with the next phases of our KidsUp! Next Generation of Play re-imagination process.

The structure is being restored and re-imagined in a way that will honor the original playground, but bring new ideas and accessibility. If you are interested, please read the information on our KidsUp! Playground Renovation webpage or on the signage at the site about the overall project.

To donate: contact the Bainbridge Island Parks Foundation.

Sakai Park Planning Process

Click here to see the latest on the Sakai Park planning process.


Aquatic Center Planning Process

Click here to see the latest update on the Aquatic Center planning process.

Ray Williamson Pool


The mission of the Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation District is to build a healthy community through effective, sustainable stewardship of the District’s parks and open space, and through the development and delivery of innovative cultural and recreation opportunities.
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